Cairo - Sana
Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry reiterated the need for all foreign forces and mercenaries to leave Libyan territory without delay for the success of the elections scheduled for next December, pointing out the importance of Libya restoring its sovereignty, stability and territorial integrity and preserving its capabilities.
And the Egyptian Al-Ahram Gate website quoted Shoukry as saying during a joint conference in Cairo with his Libyan counterpart, Naglaa Al-Manqoush today, that Egypt sees great importance for Libya to restore its sovereignty, stability and territorial integrity and has no interest other than achieving these goals, stressing his country's readiness to support the Interim Government of National Unity and its initiatives from For the stability of Libya, including the “Libya Stability” initiative, which is scheduled to be launched by the government during the Second Berlin Conference to be held on the 23rd of this month.
In turn, Al-Manqoush stressed that ending foreign interference in internal affairs and the exit of foreign forces and mercenaries from Libya is the only solution to support stability and peace in the country. She said that the unity government faces many security and economic challenges, in addition to the legacy of a division that lasted for years, but considered the current government a symbol of hope and support for stability in the country. country.
Media reports had documented that the Turkish regime, led by Recep Tayyip Erdogan, transferred thousands of terrorist mercenaries from northern Syria to Libya, accompanied by Turkish soldiers, to interfere in the affairs of this country and reinforce its expansionist plans and ambitions by supporting terrorism.
Since the aggression of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) in 2011, Libya has witnessed a state of chaos and insecurity in light of the proliferation of weapons and terrorist organizations.